Equipped with only his industry insight and entrepreneurial drive, just two years after graduation, Popular Music graduate Charlie Kirby has established Nottingham's leading acoustic recording studio.
Music Graduates Set Up Recording Studio
Third year Press & Editorial Photography student Peter Flude has been named Visual Journalist of the Year at the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme's first ever Student Journalism Awards.
From a shortlist selected by prominent journalists Nick Robinson and The Spectator's Isabel Hartman, Peter's winning submissions were projects he worked on during his second year.
When Mollie Clothier drew up a list of places she'd like to be after graduating from Falmouth in 2017 with a degree in Photography, Cheltenham certainly wasn't on it.
Yet now she spends every single day doing what she loves; taking photographs. And, what's more, she's doing it for one of the UK's most iconic fashion brands, Superdry.
Third year Textile Design student Lauren Henry has scooped the very first Stitchsmith Prize for Design for her unique, Japanese inspired bag design.
Hosted by the customisable bag company Stitchsmith London, the competition received over 200 entries from student textile designers across the UK. Lauren's pattern combining the style of Japanese folding doors and a sharp orange tone to emulate the setting sun triumphed over all other submissions.
When your customers are people like Brad Pitt, Madonna and Tommy Hilfiger, it might be easy to get carried away.
Not so with Tom Raffield, the supremely gifted designer, maker and entrepreneur. Tom started, quite literally, bending the boundaries of what's possible during his time at Falmouth and has continued to blaze a trail of innovative, sustainable design ever since.